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Boys basketball: Deer Park tops Newport in 1A title game; Lakeside takes third

UPDATED: Wed., Feb. 13, 2019

From staff reports

District 7 1A

Deer Park 57, Newport 45: Jobi Gelder scored 31 points with 14 rebounds and the Stags (20-2) topped the Grizzlies (18-3) in the district championship game at West Valley HS on Wednesday.

Dawson Youngblood added 12 for Deer Park, which won its first boys district title.

Danny Bradbury led Newport with 12 points. The Grizzlies face a crossover game on Saturday.

Lakeside 77, Medical Lake 57: Micah Holmes scored 16 points and the Eagles (15-8) eliminated the Cardinals (8-15) in the third-place game.

Tristan Cox and Crosby Geisa added 14 points apiece for Lakeside while Gabe Sossaman chipped in 11. The Eagles face a crossover game on Saturday.

Alex Stith scored 18 points, Garren Garza had 12 and Nicholas Mason 11 for Medical Lake.

District 7 2B

Reardan 48, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 40: Tyler Sprecher scored 17 points, Zane Perleberg added 16 and the Indians (9-12) eliminated the Broncos (8-15) at Davenport HS.

Reardan faces a Northwest Christian in a loser-out on Thursday.

Bryce Kelly and Drew Kelly scored 12 points apiece for LRS.

Northwest Christian 62, Wilbur-Creston 50: Brian Mackenzie scored 14 points and the Crusaders (15-7) eliminated the Wildcats (6-14).

David Maynard had 10 rebounds for Northwest Christian.

Kasen Bodeau led W-C with 13.

District 7 1B

Selkirk 68, Inchelium 50: Ryan Zimmerman scored 24 points, Jay Link had 19 and the Rangers (14-9) eliminated the Hornets (13-10) in a loser-out game at Deer Park HS on Wednesday.

Brenton Swan led Inchelium with 13 points.

Selkirk faces Cusick on Friday.

Cusick 73, Wellpinit 66: Ethan Hardie scored 36 points and the Panthers (16-6) eliminated the Redskins (10-13).

Brendan Andrew and Steven Ford led Wellpinit with 15 points apiece.

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